Advanced Micro Devices (AMD) will continue to be hampered by a depressed flash memory market in its third fiscal quarter, but PC processor sales remain strong, the company said Wednesday in a financial forecast update.
Canadian software maker Corel ended more than a year of speculation Wednesday by announcing it will spin off its Linux unit under the watch of a small startup, handing over the technologies behind its implementation of the open source operating syste...
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PC vendor Gateway closed its sales and marketing operations in Australia overnight with over 200 Australian staff and 19 New Zealand staff losing their jobs after. Operations in Asia and Europe will also close an announcement to the New York Stock Ex...
Adobe Systems Inc. on Monday launched a new member of its Acrobat family designed to bridge the gap between its fully-fledged product for creating documents in the popular PDF format and its free software for viewing those documents.
Palm Inc.'s long-awaited new wireless handheld moved one step closer to the market Monday, as the company received regulatory approval for the device.
Almost a week after it released the new version of its flagship antivirus product, Symantec Corp. Tuesday unveiled Norton Internet Security 2002, an integrated firewall, privacy, antivirus and content filtering suite.
Computer giant Gateway will immediately close operations in Australia, New Zealand, Malaysia, Singapore and Japan as it axes a quarter of its 24,600 global staff.
Taiwanese PC and electronics device manufacturer Acer Inc. has seen its revenues take a beating with a drop of about 35 percent in the first half of this year compared to the same period last year, an Acer biannual report said.
The electronic-commerce market may be facing tough times, but to open-source software maker Red Hat Inc. that just means more opportunity for the little guys. The company announced Monday it is teaming with hardware maker Compaq Computer Corp. and sy...
Taking another step toward post-silicon semiconductors, IBM Corp. scientists on Sunday presented a computer circuit made from a carbon nanotube, a tube-shaped molecule of carbon atoms that is 100,000 times thinner than a human hair.
Microsoft Corp. released Tuesday its first operating system compatible with Intel Corp.'s Itanium high-end processor architecture some time after similar software has been available from rival distributors of the Linux operating system.
Microsoft Corp. Monday raised the curtains on Internet Explorer 6 (IE6), making the latest upgrade to its Web browsing software available to users as a download from its Web site.
IBM Corp. said Tuesday it will work with the technology provider for the New York Stock Exchange and the American Stock Exchange to move several applications used by traders and stock brokers to the Linux operating system.
Intel Corp.'s current effort to get Pentium 4 processors into progressively less expensive PCs should be aided within weeks by the arrival of Intel's new 845 chip set, code-named Brookdale.
Intel Corp. made two stunning disclosures Tuesday, demonstrating a Pentium 4 processor running at 3.5 GHz and then admitting that CPU speed isn't everything when it comes to chip performance.
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